Would you like to experience true peace?
We live in a world in which we really don’t have peace of mind.
We are not experiencing true peace.
The cares of this world have made us forget about our true life purpose.
That is why we lack peace until we find it.
Today, I have realized how important it is for our life to be able to experience true peace.
I need that peace, and I know that you also need it in your daily life.
Every day we live worrying about things that we often believe have no solution, when in fact there is.
I found four beautiful Bible ideas in which God spoke to me.
I share them with you, inviting you to meet them and put them into practice.
Rejoice in the Lord always. I will say it again: Rejoice!
| Philippians 4:4-7
Dear friend, God invites us to be happy.
You cannot live happily if you do not have peace.
To have peace and be happy, you need to accept Jesus in your home today.
He is the true peace that brings real happiness.
Jesus brings God’s presence and reconciliation with Him.
That makes our life purpose fulfilled.
By this, I do not mean that you will be immune to all the problems and difficulties of this world.
I mean, when they arrive, you’ll know how to accept them in the best way.
Not as a result of making you weak; but to strengthen you in Christ Jesus and to be able to face the matter with the best attitude.
Jesus brings true peace that allows you to rejoice in God, in all his wonders, in all that He does for you on a daily basis.
It is a joy that is born and sustained by his work.
The second idea I found in the Bible is as follows:
Let your gentleness be evident to all. The Lord is near.
| Philippians 4:5
True peace also flourishes in healthy and positive interpersonal relationships.
Your kindness, the product of your fellowship with God in Jesus, will allow you to have better interpersonal relationships.
Consider living for others and not just for yourself.
It’s not worth living self-absorbed, help if you can, pray for others.
Don’t act alone according to your desires, let God work.
To be considerate of others, we need to learn from Jesus, he is the most considerate man.
Evidence of this is that, being God, he became a man and took up the cross that you and I were responsible for carrying.
In addition to this, true peace is strengthened by concentrating on eternal things, the last part of this verse says “The Lord is near.”
To have lasting peace, set your eyes on the reward.
An athlete runs no matter how tired he is, he advances, the reward keeps him running.
You have a great reward in heaven, if you long for it, you will continue to advance in peace despite the difficulties.
There are going to be struggles against your faith, but your gaze will be fixed on the eternal.
Jesus is coming back soon, and that’s what gives meaning to our lives.
The third Bible idea I want to share is:
Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God.
| Philippians 4:6
Many times we live complaining about our body, work, family, church, and many other things.
That takes away our peace.
If we exercise our trust in God, that will have an impact on a quieter and happier life.
Try to pray that those situations will improve.
Tell God what you need, He listens to you.
Do not let worry take over your life.
Jesus in his word says that those who trust in God know that God will supply all their needs.
Seek your favor through prayer, true peace flourishes in a field with fewer complaints and more prayer.
I share this last bible text:
And the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus.
| Philippians 4:7
Already with this verse, we realize that by following the above steps, the peace of God will take care of our hearts and our thoughts.
We must stand in Christ Jesus, accept his joy, and live it.
God wants you to have tranquility and peace in your heart, just let him work through you, obey his word, and thus you will experience true peace.
I hope this text is of great blessing to your life.
What is your experience? Do you need peace in your life? Share it in the comments.